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May 19, 2013 11:00am EDT
, whittled down by all of these different people -- chris: sounded like mr. miller from the i.r.s. >> there was nothing left. chris: let me talk about something that aot of people have a hard time getting their hooks in. as a a.p. reporter in the past, you know the huge importance of a.p., everybody relies on a.p. what is the significance and what is going on here? why did the government go after these logs of information about who a.p. reporters have been talking to? >> it's problematic. they took the mainline numbers. i would have sources call me on those main numbers. it gets routed straight to my phone. they didn't just capture the particular reporters who are working on a story about a leak that they were concerned about. the a.p. is, of course, a nonprofit organization and it is relied on by everyone else in the media. when you're considering the implications of that, going after the a.p. in particular is in some ways more probable matic than going after some other institution. the a.p. has pointed out aggressively that the big problem with this is how broad and sweeping
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